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The World Humanitarian Day is a Celebration of People Helping People

Whenever disaster strikes, we see good-hearted people and organizations who are really and willing to lend a hand to help the victims. They risk their lives and go to far places like Japan, Sudan, Somalia and Haiti where they can help

Nurses are at Risk of Chemotherapy Exposure and its Toxic Effect

According to a recent study, 17% of nurses who work in outpatient chemotherapy units are at risk of exposure to chemotherapy and their toxic effects when treating cancer patients. Chemotherapy exposure can greatly affect the nervous system and reproductive system. It

Jumping into the Twittersphere: A Nurse’s Guide

When you heard about twitter, you probably thought that it is just another social media network where post an every-second accounts of their lives. Maybe it is true, but, hey, did you know twitter is great, too, as long as you

Do the Benefits of Alcohol Outweigh the Disadvantages?

There have been a lot of debates on whether alcohol is beneficial or harmful to the health. Many healthcare professionals as well as certain religious groups are against it because of negative effects it has on the body. However, others contest

An Open Invitation to Nurses

Do you have a fascinating story, a learning experience, a list of tips or news that you would like to share to other nurses? It could be a funny encounter with your favorite patient in the hospital, how you landed your